Table of Contents | 14 July 2003
Damned if this walking-between-the-worlds crap didn't follow me into the afterlife.
Jacob's recent paintings have mostly been on wood paneling, and they are usually images of varying sizes, depicting people or scenes that the artist has observed in his life. . . .
Space Fountains can be used to create truly gigantic structures and towers as well as used merely to hold a space station aloft.
Yet beyond the glare of its twin suns, in the night of the caves, / There are paintings, glowing mauve and silver, yellow and green. / Phosphorescent waves of . . . abstraction? / Or a literal reflection of some unfathomable reality?
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